Check your cryptocurrency balances from multiple exchanges
Cryptosphere is still the wild west. You keep hearing about so many accounts getting hacked. Like that was not enough we have cases of exchanges getting hacked, which only makes it worse. Inspite of following most of the security steps from this list I am generally tensed if one of my exchange accounts are hacked. Though there is not much you can do other than following the best security measures, it helps to know quickly when your accounts are hacked.
You can breathe easy when you know that one of your accounts is not hacked. But verifying that is not as easy it sounds. If you have been around in Crypto for more than an year you must have already had accounts on close to 10+ exchanges. So it would take anywhere between 15 to 20 minutes for you to check all accounts and breathe easy. One feature that gives me peace of mind is Exchange Balances screen on Cointracking.
As you can see this feature displays your balances from different exchanges. This feature was introduced couple of months ago but I didn’t find it useful as many exchanges didn’t have the relevant APIs. Now that many exchanges are supporting I think it is a good dashboard keep track of your current balances from a single dashboard. For you to be able to use this dashboard you must set up auto-import from exchanges. If you are not sure how to do that read up this article.
The above dashboard loads up in less than 10 secs which is really a lifesaver.
Following are the Supported exchanges for this dashboard: Binance, Bitfinex, Bitstamp, Bittrex, Coinbase, Cryptopia, Gatecoin, GDAX, Kraken, Liqui, Poloniex, TheRockTrading, Tidex, Yobit, Bitcoin.co.id, Bleutrade, LivecoinI am looking forward to KuCoin adding the API support so that I can track my balance from Kucion as well.
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